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Tuesday, November 23, 2010


OK, so on October 13, 2010, North Korea unveiled their new missile with launching platform for submarine launched missiles.  On November 4, 2010, the Military Chief of the North Korean military arrives in Cuba for a meeting.  On November 8, 2010, a still-unidentified missile was launched from a submarine at rush hour off the coast of LA, and given all the "cargo ships" from North Korea that have been visiting Cuba this year...well, do I really need to finish that thought?  Then, 4 days ago, NK revealed that they were doing what everyone with a pulse knew they were doing:  making potential weapons grade uranium from a nuclear plant.  And today, they sent 200 missiles to the South Korean Island Yeonppeyong, killing several people.

200 missiles.

They got away with an act of war off our west coast...of course they feel entirely comfortable going after South Korea!  And're on their list too.

Today at the Korean Central News Agency, there were only 5 articles, listed on Nov. 21st.  Nothing from yesterday or today.  Prior to the 21st, they averaged at least a dozen articles at a time.

So I'm wondering....does this article contain a message?  Look at the wording:

Anti-DPRK Remarks by S. Korean Ruling Quarters Denounced
Pyongyang, November 21 (KCNA) -- The chief executive of south Korea during his recent foreign trip pulled up the DPRK, letting loose such foolish remarks about "complete abandonment of nuclear program" and "responsible attitude". He made no scruple of making such arrogant remarks that "the north's insistence on its stand would only bring bigger damage to it" and that "only the south-north summit for achieving denuclearization is possible."

Meanwhile, Minister of Unification Hyon In Thaek, addressing a meeting of the "National Assembly," claimed that the north has not taken a switchover in its stand on the south-north relations, talking about "drastic change in attitude".

Rodong Sinmun Sunday in a signed commentary brands these reckless remarks of the south Korean puppet group as an intolerable mockery of the whole Korean nation desirous of improved relations between the north and the south and blatant challenge and provocation against the DPRK.
Ridiculing the shameless remarks of the south Korean authorities as scream of those who were driven to a tight corner inside and outside, the commentary goes on:

The six-party talks would have already resumed and the inter-Korean relations not been driven to such acute phase of confrontation as now if the south Korean authorities had not fabricated the anti-DPRK plots and not resorted to sanctions and military provocations against the DPRK in league with outside forces. Nevertheless, the south Korean authorities tried to convince the public that the responsibility for the situation rests with the DPRK. This is the culmination of shamelessness.

They have no qualification to talk about "abandonment of nuclear program" and "change of attitude".
The balderdash of the south Korean authorities revealed their anti-reunification intention to stand in confrontation with the DPRK to the last while denying dialogue and cooperation.

Minju Joson in a commentary urges the south Korean authorities to stop the moves of confrontation with fellow countrymen though belatedly and sincerely come out for the north-south dialogue, bearing in mind that such anti-reunification remarks would only deepen their ruling crisis.

WAR IS DECLARED.  We did nothing when an enemy missile was launched from a sub off our west coast...that told NoKo we were very unlikely to do anything about the attack of an ally.  Here it comes...

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